Book Review: Digital Outdoor Photography: 101 Top Tips

Sterling Publishing recently sent me a copy of Heather Angel’s latest book, Digital Outdoor Photography: 101 Top Tips. Heather Angel is British nature photographer that has been been authoring nature photography books for many years. I had read some of her books when I was first starting off my photography career so I was somewhat …

Hawaii Guidebook Review: Hawaii The Big Island Revealed

While having a recent discussion about Hawaii with several photographers on Twitter, I was told to check out “The Blue Books” aka. the Hawaii Revealed guidebooks. Shortly thereafter, the publisher sent us a tweet thanking us for the acknowledgement. Since I have an interest in visiting the Hawaii volcanoes they sent me a review copy …

Photographing the 4th Dimension: eBook Review

San Francisco-based photographer, Jim Goldstein, recently sent me a copy of his 1st eBook to review. The eBook is titled, Photographing the 4th Dimension. I’ll be the first to admit that I prefer reading actual books over eBooks but do acknowledge that self-publishing work online allows writers to take more chances with their material as …

Wild in Arizona: Book Review

Nature photographer, Colleen Miniuk-Sperry sent me a copy of Wild in Arizona: Photographing Arizona’s Wildflowers – A Guide to When, Where & How in exchange for a honest book review. Colleen co-authored the book with fellow Arizona photographer, Paul Gill. I was not familiar with either photographer’s work prior to receiving the book so I …

Creative Processing Techniques in Nature Photography eBook

I recently had a chance to review Guy Tal’s new eBook, Creative Processing Techniques in Nature Photography. I’ve been following Guy’s work online for about five years now and have always been in awe of the compositions that he finds in addition to his philosophical writings about photography and the environmental issues. This eBook doesn’t …

How to Shoot a Reportage: E-Book Review

Italian photographer, Enzo Dal Verme, recently sent me a copy of his e-book, “How to Shoot a Reportage”, in exchange for reviewing it on my blog. I skimmed through every page of the 68-page PDF, reviewing all of the images and read the pages that caught my eye. There was quite a bit of useful …